Thursday, 8 February 2018

Lumepilve Hat and Scarf. Lumepilve müts ja sall.

 
 
I fell in love with this stitch pattern! I used it for socks at first. It still takes some time before I can show off the socks, be patient. Then I decided to use the same pattern using bulky yarn. Usually, I get an idea for a pattern name when working, but not this time. So I asked for advice on Facebook. One version I really liked was Snowclouds. Turned out there are several patterns in Ravelry called Snowcoulds. So I used an Estonian word, Lumepilve Hat and Scarf.
At first glance, it looks like a simple pattern, but really you have to have some skills. There are cables and yarn-overs and decreases and slipped stitches. I love the nice, rounded edge too. Look up my previous post, cabling without a cable needle, when working with this pattern. Speeds up the work and no need to fiddle around with a cable needle.
Like the set? Find the patterns in Ravelry.
 

 
Ma olen sellesse mustrisse vist veidi armunud momendil! Kõigepealt kudusin sokipaari, siis otsustasin kasutada sama mustrit jämedast lõngast salli ja mütsi kudumiseks. Sokid pole küll veel blogisse jõudnud, aga küll nad tulevad. Tavaliselt tekib mul mustrit kududes idee, kuidas seda kutsuda, kuid seekord mitte. Küsisin Facebookis abi ja sain palju huvitavaid nime variante. Üks lemmikuid oli Snowclouds, kuid Ravelrys on mitmeid sellenimelisi mustreid. Niisiis olin kaval, ja kasutasin eestikeelset varianti.
Ühelt poolt on lihtsad soonikkoes sall ja müts, kuid mõned palmikukeerud ja õhksilmad teevad asja huvitavamaks. Kasutades ilma abivardata palmiku keeramise võtet läheb töö üsna kiirelt! Tegin ka lühikesed videod, kuidas palmikut keerata, vaata mu eelmist postitust!
 

1 comment:

Kärt said...

Päevavalges tehtud pildil on see sinine mõnusalt särtsakas.